PROTEIN OVERDOSE

Published by Jan on

Yes protein is still “KING” or  the “SUPERHERO”

in my book and it appears to be so in most of the USA as well.

Protein consumption has skyrocketed especially in the youth of our country. Health conscious, weight conscious youth of America. This is a good thing right?  Well by now you should know that I am not going to follow the crowd blindly like a sheep or cow to slaughter. I have been doing my research.
First of all I believe I have made it clear that I don’t really think protein powder is something that we need in our diets…period. There have been a number of deaths associated with the consumption of certain protein powders and liver damage.  The other reason is how can anyone be really sure exactly what is in that powder?

Since I have been increasing my protein consumption, and loving the feeling of fullness it gives me I have had the side affect of going into a daily coma after I eat.

I am not talking a little sleepy here, it is full blown non responsive coma

Of course I am exaggerating but that is how I feel and I cannot control it.  I have to lay down and sleep for 10-30 minutes if I am at work and longer if I am at home.

This of course prompted more research on the subject which I am including in my PROTEIN POWER PUNCH REPORT soon to be released.

Bottom line take away is if you are going to start increasing your protein and decreasing your carbs it is a process best done by starting to add more green leafy to your diet. One to two cups every day and at least one cup of fibrous vegetable each day. Sounds like we are back in grade school learning that pyramid, minus the bread.

Here is a list to include right now along with your protein:

  • Lettuce, Cabbage, Chives, Greens, Kale, Spinach, Chard
  • Asparagus, Bell Peppers,Broccoli, Cauliflower, Mushrooms, Zucchini, Avacado
  • Cucumbers, Brussel Sprouts, Celery, Sprouts, Tomato, Radishes, Squash

Sounds like a wonderful salad! Be sure to drink lots of water 6-8 glasses each day and consider a Vitamin B complex supplement.  I will tell you why in the REPORT…get on the mailing list today.

 

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We all need FAT and CARBS in our diets but let's face it why eat beau coup protein if it is loaded with fat and end up gaining weight instead of losing?

In this report I have done all the research for you and discovered some of the richest sources of protein that are actually good for you and listed them in order of highest to least and also included their sidekick content of fat and carb. 

Because there are so many variances from reference to reference when compiling this list, I decided if the food had protein content greater than 18g per serving it would be considered high under 18g medium and under 8g low. If it is included in the list it is significant enough to include in your diet. 

This list will take you out of that holding pattern you have been in and get you soaring to new heights with your weight loss and strength gaining goals. 

 

As an added bonus I am including recipes that I found and have tried and some that I actually created that are scrumptiously delicious.

If you have a sweet tooth say good bye to that old villain and say hello to my little friend...

PROTEIN.

Protein packs a powerful punch when it comes to satiety  and knocking cravings on their butts. Yes fat takes a lot of crap but without it we could be in big trouble.

  • Fat is necessary for the proper absorption of some vitamins, such as vitamin D, A, E and K, as well as lycopene, which has been shown to be instrumental in the battle against prostate cancer. Just sayin!

I like to think of fat as the Robin of my diet. What would Batman/Protein be without him? Meh...at his best! RIGHT?

This little report will make your life so much simpler and planning meals a breeze. No more waiting for your internet to load or searching countless sites and sifting through pages of dietary stats. I got it all right here Simple Simon, easy peasy. 

So just put in your info and you will be directed to the downloadable report in a jiffy. 

Categories: Over 40

Jan

A registered nurse with a passion to dispel weight loss myths and revolutionize the fitness culture with one simple truth. There is only one way to lose weight that all fitness and weight loss plans are based on and that is to EAT LESS and EXERCISE MORE. I have developed a unique technique that incorporates short bursts of moderate intensity exercise into your day throughout the day without the drama and chaos of making multiple wardrobe changes.